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Belgium Move Clear at the Top of FIFA Rankings

have climb to the top of the latest ranking, edging world champions at the top of FIFA’s world rankings.

Roberto Martinez’s side lost 1-0 to the Les Blues in the semi-finals of the 2018 World Cup but pulled alongside them as the joint-top ranked team according to world football’s governing body last month.

Now, following a 2-1 win over Switzerland in the Nations League and a 1-1 friendly draw with neighbours Netherlands, the Red Devils have edged ahead of Les Bleus on 1733 ranking points to 1732.

France drew 2-2 with Iceland in a friendly and beat Germany 2-1 in the Nations League– matching Belgium’s return from the October international break but against opponents ranked lower by FIFA.

England are up to fifth after their impressive 3-2 win against Spain, who remain ninth, while Netherlands’ 3-0 victory over Germany lifted them two places to 15th.

That is directly below an out-of-sorts Die Mannschaft, who fall two spots to 14th.

Tunisia (22) are the highest ranked team in Africa, followed by Senegal (25) and (44) moving up four places third in the continent.

Minnows Gibraltar are the biggest movers – up eight places to 190th after their first competitive wins over Armenia and Lichtenstein.

FIFA world rankings top 50 team
1 Belgium
2 France
3 Brazil
4 Croatia
5 England
6 Uruguay
7 Portugal
8 Switzerland
9 Spain
10 Denmark
11 Colombia
12 Argentina
13 Chile
14 Germany
15 Netherlands
16 Mexico
17 Sweden
18 Wales
19 Italy
20 Peru
21 Poland
22 Tunisia
23 USA
24 Austria
25 Senegal
26 Romania
27 Ukraine
28 Slovakia
29 Venezuela
30 IR Iran
31 Paraguay
32 Bosnia and Herzegovina
33 Republic of Ireland
34 Northern Ireland
35 Serbia
36 Iceland
37 Costa Rica
38 Turkey
39 Montenegro
40 Scotland
41 Russia
42 Australia
42 Greece
44 Nigeria
45 Bulgaria
46 Congo DR
47 Morocco
48 Czech Republic
48 Norway
50 Japan

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